Monthly Archives: December 2017

2017 World Fellow Jose Luis Chicoma



Jose Luis Chicoma, who served as Vice Minister of Small and Medium Industries, sets out his vision for the Peruvian economy. He discusses his work as director of a think tank in Mexico, working on issues of corruption and post-truth. He explains his interest in food security and his passion for natural wines.


2017 World Fellow Abdul-Rehman Malik



Abdul-Rehman Malik reflects on the joy and inspiration he finds in Islam. He explains why some Muslims may chose the path of fundamentalism and salafism; whereas others go towards spirituality and Sufism. He also discusses the work he has been involved in to bridge cultures and divides


2017 World Fellow Annemie Turtelboom



Annemie Turtelboom was a teacher before she was elected a Member of the Belgian Parliament. She also served as minister of Justice, Minister of Migration and Minister of the Interior. Breaking many glass ceilings, she provides advice for young women contemplating careers in politics and public service.


Connor Williams on Voices from the Archive



Connor Williams joins Slavery and Its Legacies to discuss the creation of “Voices from the Archive,” an online teaching resource based on documents gathered from the U. B. Phillips Papers in Sterling Memorial Library’s Manuscripts and Archives collection.